Poor Little Rich Girl: Tiger to inherit millions

 

The daughter of Michael Hutchence and Paula Yates is set to become a multi-millionaire when she turns 21 this week.

The once camer-shy daughter of the wild-couple, who has also taken up nude modelling, will inherit a large slice of the royalities that have poured in since the death of her father in 1997.

Tiger Lily in some recent modelling shots. Source: Supplied

The latest information comes as provocative photos of the doe-eyed youngster appeared on the Instagram account of British photographer Kate Bellm.

In one of the topless shots Tiger has her arms wrapped strategically around her bust to protect her modesty. In the same shot she's also smoking a cigarette while looking forlornley off into the distance.

Tiger in another recent modelling shot. Source: Supplied

In a second photo Tiger appears completely nude with a number of other naked models.

The photographer captioned one of the pictures: "My soulmate".

Tiger poses in another snap. Source: Instagram

It's the first time Tiger has really revealed herself to the media.

Tiger with her half-sisters. Source: Getty

The brunette, who is a spitting-image of her father, has been keeping a low-profile since the death of her father and then her mother Paula in 2001.

She was left an orphan at just four years old and was later adopted by her mother's ex-husband, Live Aid hero Sir Bob Geldof.

Tiger's mother, Paula Yates, cradles her in a baby carrier as she walks with her daughter's father Michael Hutchence. Source Getty

Tiger spent her early years out of the limelight and surrounded by her half-sisters - Fifi Trixibelle, Peaches and Pixie.

But more heartache was still to follow for the youngster with the death of Peaches in 2014 from a drug overdose.

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Since then Tiger has been living in New York where she is understood to be studying drama.

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